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Old 12-07-2004, 02:33 AM   #11
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lol,....funny...
im asking which 1 is the drive wheel for those transmissions. Assuming that its the same for every car using that transmission. In the impala, u step on the gas the passenger wheel will burn out....it was opposite wheel in my lesabre.
So im asking is the drive wheel for all the cars w/ that transmission the passenger side?
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lol,....funny...
im asking which 1 is the drive wheel for those transmissions. Assuming that its the same for every car using that transmission. In the impala, u step on the gas the passenger wheel will burn out....it was opposite wheel in my lesabre.
So im asking is the drive wheel for all the cars w/ that transmission the passenger side?
No. You obviously don't understand. Try and follow me here. BOTH FRONT WHEELS DRIVE THE CAR. THE FRONT WHEELS ARE THE DRIVE WHEELS.

I think what you're trying to ask is which wheel will lose traction first. The passenger side wheel will lose traction first, but hold on tight, BOTH FRONT WHEELS ARE THE DRIVE WHEELS.
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